J.D., Vanderbilt University School of Law
B.A., Emory University
Clinical legal education
Kendall Kerew, assistant clinical professor, co-directs the Externship Program.
A graduate of Vanderbilt University Law School, Kerew spent her first two years of practice as an associate with King & Spalding focusing on employment law. For the subsequent five years, Kerew was an assistant attorney general with the Georgia Attorney General’s Office representing the state in the areas of education, elections, local government, and employment law.
In law school, Kerew served as executive symposium editor of the Journal of Transnational Law, research assistant to Professor Donald J. Hall, and executive director of the Legal Aid Society. Kerew received the Junius L. Allison Legal Aid Award and the Posner Foundation Pro Bono Student Award. She is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Emory University.
In addition to the Externship Program, Kerew heads the Academic Success Program. Kerew is co-author of the article, “Price Waterhouse: Alive and Well Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act,” which was published in the Mercer Law Review.